By Antonia Hernández.
Last Thursday, March 30, the day was beautiful, the spring was telling us about the love of God and the songs of the little birds accompanied us. This day coincided with the outing when the Associates invite the older sisters every month and with the in the afternoon.
Praised be the Incarnate Word!
The Child Care Center Vasco de Quiroga in Mexico City is in one of the poor areas of the Alvaro Obregón zone inhabited by people who come from the surrounding rural and mountain areas. The mission of the center is the care and education of children under five years of age who live in one of the poorest areas in Mexico City, where single mothers and their families work hard to respond to their basic needs of subsistence, to their nutritional needs and to the development of their children.
By Patricia Pacheco Prado, Incarnate Word Associate, Road of Light Community, Mexico City.
Mexican gastronomical treasure, gets its own Festival, It’s “Mole” time!
A group of our Sisters in Mexico have supported senior citizens through excellent services in the field of biological, emotional, spiritual and social care. This is the story of Sister Martha Josefina.